Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 4, 1972 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 4, 1972
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Personal Mention ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS. TOES., JAN. 4; 1972 Page 6 (Daily News photo by Chuck Ostheimer) Mrs. Alma Barlow Mrs. Barlow Honored At Birthday Party Mrs. Alma Christine (Bloomquist) Barlow was honored at a birthday party given in her honor for her 94th birthday Wednesday at Rosewood Manor where she is a resident. Alma Christine Bloomquist was born Dec. 30, 1877 at Maj" Urunda, Sweden. She came to American with her family in 1880. She is the mother of eight children, four daughters, Nellie Haas, Gladys Sifrit, Mabel Hoff- meyer, Estherville and Ruby Kenne, Las Vegas, Nev., four sons, Milton, Estherville, Carl, Dunnell and Arthur and Clarence who are deceased. 25 grandchildren and 49 great grandchildren and nine great greatgrandchildren. Attending the family party at Rosewood Manor Thursday afternoon were Mabel Hoffmeyer, Nellie Haas, Gladys Sifrit, Beverly Zitterich, Tim and Lisa and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Barlow. Social Page 1971 in Review January DESIGNER GabrieUe "Coco" Chanel, 87, the most influential dress designer of the 20th century died at her suite in the Ritz, Sunday. THE NEWLY organized State Line Campers 037 held their first meeting of the year Jan. 8 at Spirit Lake City Hall. Towns represented were Spencer, Sheldon, Hartley, Estherville, Spirit Lake and Fairmont. OPEN HOUSE for the silver wedding anniversary was held for Mr. and Mrs. Merle Andre, at their home in Estherville, Jan. 24. WILMA GRONSTAL, a member of the Estherville Woman's Club, Current Topics Department presented a topic "Windows of the Mind." She went on to say, "Our windows should be kept clean on both sides so that we can see inside as well as outside." MRS. JOHN JUHL celebrated her 83rd birthday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Jespersen. February ESTHERVILLE'S 1971 Betty Crocker Homemaker of tomorrow was named. She was a senior, Yvonne Lepird, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Leprid. HEAD START children displayed a "Valentine Express" which was made with the help of parents. The display was in their class rooms located at Episcopal Church. FORTY-FOUR was a magic number for Cub Scout Pack 44, sponsored by Rotary Club when they met for their banquet at Immanuel Lutheran Church. Speaker Officer Bob Moats remarked that their must be magic in the number, 44, because by coincidence, he was speaking to Cub Scout Pack 44, his badge number just happened to be 44, and also on display were 44 of Norman Rockwell's paintings. MRS. PAUL WEIR, Chapter Regent was selected by DAR as Chapter delegate to attend the Continental Congress at Washington, D. C. to be held in the Spring. KATHIE O'SELL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim O'Sell of Dolliver was selected one of 25 top contestants in Iowa for 1971 in Betty Crocker's Homemaker of the Year contest. March JUNE STE INBORN, Extension Home Economist for Emmet and Dickinson Counties gave the calorie count of potatoes and tells dieters that they don't have to give up potatoes just because they are on a diet. MR. AND MRS. Lynn Weir, Estherville were honored at an open house at Presbyterian Church March 7. MR. AND MRS. Albert Linn, Estherville celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary March 2. Both were 84 years old. IOWA LAKES L.P.N. Unit celebrated their 2nd anniversary when they met Monday evening in the meeting room of the Holy Family Hospital. MR. AND MRS. Robert Powell Sr., Terril celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary Sunday at a potluck dinner in their home. Attending were their children and their families as guests. DAC, (Daughters of American Colonists) of which Ivadell Ross, Estherville is a member, celebrated their golden anniversary of its founding in 1971. IVADELL ROSS reported on a meeting she attended at Savery Hotel at Des Moines, March 25, of the Society of Daughter of Colonial Wars. She is also a member of this organization. THE L0CKH0RNS © "IN5TEXP OF WAITING FOR YOOR 6HIP TO COMB »N, WHY PON'T YOU ROW OOT TO MEET IT?" Dan Carlson Family to Locate in Sioux Falls, S. D Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carlson, Sioux Falls are the parents of a daughter, Kimberly Lee, born Jan. 2. Great-grandmother is Mrs. Chris Juhl, Estherville. Mother is the former Kathy Beck, Estherville. The Carlsons will move Feb. 1 to Mitchell, S. D. where Mr. Carlson has been sworn in as a deputy sheriff. MRS. SUSAN Handeland spent Sunday with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Handeland of Ringsted. MRS. J. J. KISSINGER returned home Sunday night from Bellvue, Neb. She had been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Gladys Moore and Judy. MR. AND MRS. Ed Christensen and Craig returned home Friday evening from Rochester where Craig had surgery. MR. AND MRS. Ed Harvey took their son, Dean to Minneapolis, Sunday to board a plane to Morris Plains, N. J. NEW YEAR'S DAY dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Spoo were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hoffmeyer, Duane, Lanny and Monte. MR. AND MRS. Ed J. Olson, Estherville, had as guests for New Year's Day their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Tralle, Loretta Lynne and Michelle Lee, Northfield, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Olson. MRS. GLENN STORY returned home Monday night from Dubuque where she spent the holiday visiting with her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gruwell. JOHN CHARLES BIRNEY left Sunday for Denver, Colo., after a visit over the holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Birney. The Birneys' other son, Steven, a lab technician in the Ireland Army Hospital at Fort Knox, Ky., will leave Wednesday following a holiday leave at the home of his parents. MRS. JOHN TWEEDT left New Year's Day to spend the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frolsland and family, Callender, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Will and family, Dayton. En route home she visited with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Larson, rural Fort Dodge. She returned home Monday. MR. AND MRS. Marvin Fisher and daughters of Armstrong had as dinner guests New Year's Day Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mix, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fisher, Estherville. Their guests Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Moffitt and sons of Estherville. GUESTS FOR THE holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Weaver were Communications Technician David Weaver and his wife, Lynn. They arrived home Dec. 22 from Hawaii for a month's leave. They will also visit at the home of Richard C. Van Ordstrand Sr. in Sioux City. David will be going to Guam following his leave. Also visiting was Rick Weaver a Senior at Morningside College Sioux City. SHARON KAY TANGEMAN Wedding Set For Summer Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tangeman, Dolliver announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon Kay to James Rooney, son of Mrs. Catherine Rooney, Graettinger and the late William Rooney. A summer wedding is being planned. MR. AND MRS. Alan Hanson and Chris, Waterloo were weekend guests with Mr. and Mrs. S endell Hanson and family and so with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hanson. OUT OF TOWN relatives attending the funeral of Mrs. Mar­ tha Spoo which was held Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spoo, Judy and Linda, Upsala, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beaver, and family, Amery.Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Origer, Rochester, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Truman Stone, and Brian, Lytton; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Spoo and family, Goldfleld; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Spoo, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Jon Minneman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stone and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lake, Sac City; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schneider, Sheboygan, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Spoo, Lakefield; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Origer and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Origer, Northfield, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Lester Hanson returned home from a months trip to California and Arizona. They visited with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hanson, Lori and Tammie, Ojai, Calif, they went to Phoenix, Ariz, to visit with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Martin, Linda, Lisa and Scott. At Glendale, Ariz, they visited with another daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kittleson, David, Greg and Leslie. STARTS 9:00 A.M. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5 OPEN WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS TILL 9:00 P.M SPORTSWEAR IN THE SMARTEE SHOP PANDORA—COLLEGE TOWN-RUSS GIRL-DALE-HELEN HARPER PANTSUITS COATS LEATHER-SUEDE-WOOLS DRESSES 1/ \Vi OFF - MANMADE FURS % OFF V4 OFF MISSES SPORTSWEAR COS COB - CATALINA - KORET (2-GROUPS) MANY GROUPS KORET Vi OFF ACT III I ROBES I LINGERIE l/ 4 OFF V 4 OFF I Vi OFF 4 SKI JACKETS One Group $40.00 Value $ 15 88 ONE TABLE PURSES m g RUMMAGE TABLE ONE RACK DRESSES ONE RACK SKIRTS-SLACKS BLOUSES-VESTS V 2 OFF 25< T . $ I°° $ 3 88 . $ 4 88 . $ 8 88 Values To $50.00 '3 '4 $ 5 ALL SALES CASH! CHRIS' ASHIONS 514 Central Avenue, Estherville, Iowa NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS

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